Not Surprisingly, Angel Hernandez Continues To Be The Worst Umpire In Baseball

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by Tommy Gimler

The part that is surprising? You guessed it – Dude still has a job.

Imagine that your boss asks you to send a package to the CEO of a company in Seattle. Instead, you ship it off to a crack whore in Toledo. When your boss no longer asks you to send packages to CEOs, you say he or she is practicing some kind of discrimination, when in fact, all your boss wants is for the right package to end up in the right motherfucker’s hands.

That is probably the best way to describe MLB umpire Angel Hernandez and his continued shitdickery. Dude’s got the stones to sue Major League Baseball for discrimination, arguing that he’s been passed over when it comes to postseason time because he’s a minority when the truth of the matter is that he’s nothing short of a giant bag of pig shit taking up space on a baseball diamond.

Check out this display of “brilliance” from Hernandez in last night’s Yankees-Blue Jays game:

Technology confirmed the pitch was pretty damn good:

But it wasn’t just that call that Hernandez missed in that inning. Four different pitches that should have been called strikes were instead deemed balls by the cocksucker:

Of course, the term “cocksucker” comes into play when you’re talking about Hernandez, as it was earlier this year that Houston Astros outfielder George Springer got rung up on a 3-2 pitch that was well below his knees. Shortly afterward, television cameras picked up Springer saying “cocksucker,” and many thought he was calling Hernandez a sucker of cock.

We asked Springer about it a few days after it happened, and he told us that it wasn’t the fact that Hernandez missed the call that made him irate. After Hernandez rung him up, Springer turned around and said, “You just called that same pitch a ball.” Hernandez’s response was one that you’d expect from a big league cocksucker: Nope. It was lower.

That’s enough to make even the most level-headed player lose his shit, and somehow, that continues to happen on a frequent basis. Hell, these two examples are just from this year, and most teams still have around 100 games left to play.

We’re assuming that MLB is still employing him in hopes that the number of exhibits they can present in court will surpass 1,000. In the meantime, this is a pretty solid collection of evidence suggesting he should have been out of the game years ago:  

 

Wait, there’s more: This Play Pretty Much Sums Up How Bad The Seattle Mariners Are This Year

You have got to see this shit:

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